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Power & Energy Q1 2020

M&A Transaction Trends

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Playing Defense Creates Value in the Long Run

Currently the stock market is doing well, optimism in the economy is good, and debt remains cheap. All of these factors have created a robust M&A market for companies across many sectors with good companies achieving valuations that strong companies would normally achieve. This is expected to continue. For company owners and sell-side advisors that is great news. At this stage, when activity levels are high the smart money should strive for acquisitions that will have sustainable revenue during the inevitable downturn. This is a more defensive strategy due to its counter-cyclical nature.

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Appetite for Industrial Companies Remains Insatiable

In the merger and acquisition market there have been many flavors of the month, but the demand for industrial companies is the equivalent of chocolate: almost universally and consistently liked by acquirers. Industrial companies including, manufacturing, distribution and services, are a significant portion of the American economy and will remain so well into the future. At one time, the demise of the industrial sector was predicted as low cost manufacturing transitioned overseas. In recent years the demand for industrial products produced in the U.S. has expanded. Throughout these differing viewpoints M&A activity in the industrial sector has remained strong.

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Positive Energy Flowing Through America – an M&A Perspective

America’s power generation capabilities are in the midst of a monumental change that is altering the landscape and natural gas is not the only source creating positive momentum.   Renewable energy, and in particular wind, is competing on price with the assistance of the Production Tax Credit (PTC), and should be able to exist without this subsidy in the near future.  This improvement in price is causing utilities to take a portfolio approach to their investment in new power generation by diversifying resources.

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Wind Power’s Future in M&A Transactions

Wind power has a history of boom and bust cycles which has created a significant challenge for investors that are seeking to deploy capital in this sector. Currently, wind is highly dependent on government subsidies that need to be renewed periodically. The most recent extension, which was passed in early January 2013, has created a significant opportunity over the next two years, but what happened at the end of 2012 was very telling.

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